1. Something that seems hastily detailed, missing a few important parts. The result is something that hints at a full figure, but leads to uncertainty as to how it could fully be developed.
2. Seeming untrustworthy, or of dubious and indiscernible motive. This can be used to describe people that are difficult to be understood yet still have a layer of rationality that people can feel, but can't predict.
3. A feeling to describe a situation where you feel physical or sexual danger/unease. This results from feelings of uncertainty when you are talking with someone who is telling you that he/she is intending to act genuinely, but his/her actions do not reinforce this, and seem to reinforce the feelings of danger.
(Author: As a note of advice: if you be forthright and are daring enough to present exactly what you want and to talk about it, as well as why you do what you do, people will know what to expect and can interpret you in an understanding tone.)
1.a. That picture is quite sketchy, I think I can tell what's going on, but I'm not sure.
1.b. That guy looks kinda sketchy; I can kinda tell he's tall, but I can't see much of his face because of his posture.
2.a. John is sketchy: he looked at me in an awkward way when giving me a pick-up line. I'm not sure if he's got a weird sense of humor to make fun of his pick-up line, or if he's a rapist.
2.b. Alice is sketchy, because she always has a constant, strange grin on her face and opens her eyes wider when she jokes about sex with me.
3.a. Dominick told me that he was only interested in a non-sexual relationship, but it was a bit sketchy because he kept caressing my butt when I didn't want or expect him to.
3.b. When Brian came over to our table, he seemed kinda sketchy. He felt eager to be our friend, but his actions seemed to be of distrust and being ill-at-ease, like he might rush to defend himself.
3.c. Jackie was supposed to be calm and relaxed when she came over for lunch, but since she kept fidgeting uncomfortably in her seat like she was waiting for something, she seemed really sketchy.
|2.||mad agony in 'disdress'|
1) Intense misery and suffering, and distress.
2) Insufferable static cling, pinching and bunching (and embarrassment?) wearing this dress.
"Raul's natural insecurity as an illegal alien and his angst in social settings caused him MAD AGONY IN 'DISDRESS' as he suffered through the long chow line at Hobo Park."
"I gotz me MAD AGONY IN 'DISDRESS' because I have some unresolved issues. Maybe you'll like it if it fits you, Raul. Or should I call you Raula?"."
1. An absence of comfort or ease; uneasiness, hardship, or mild pain.
2. To convince a person that a position which he/she previously viewed as relaxing is actually mildly painful, difficult, or the source of uneasiness.
1. Let's change positions now. I'm feeling some uncomfort now that my lower body is falling asleep.
2. She thought her AP class was going to be so easy, and I felt so spiteful that I just HAD to uncomfort her.